Originally Posted by Hawkzor
Originally Posted by ginson
Lt Poncho and Arnisador,
Thanks. I will stand down. This punk think he knows everything about everything.
Arnisador, PM sent
Not to add feul to the fire, but Prowler did apologise, to call him a 'punk' after that isn't very tactful. Prowlers a good guy, and he did say he was sorry.
As for the purpose of the UAA, intresting idea, it can't hurt. Im not quite sure if we need such a thing here in Canada. Airsoft in other parts of the world is definetly different then airsoft here (the age limit for example). Even the different provences here in Canada sport different rules based on slightly different codes of ethics. To each their own I guess, but airsoft is about good clean fun, and (at least here in Montreal) we don't really have a problem keeping it clean, we know the rules, we know what we value and know how to behave.
My apologies too, I got caught up writing the post and did not realized that Prowler was also writing, he may have been the first to submit the reply. I do not intend to add fuel, Prowler and I have PMed each other and made amends of the misunderstanding. All is fine now.
You are very right, our vision about airsoft is about fun too, enjoying the passion and want to share them with the rest of the world. Who knows, maybe in the future we might be able to organize an event that would call all softers to meet and share the same passion. To quote Lt Poncho, "we understand how strong a community stands when borders are broken"
Again, my sincere apologies to Prowler too for the misunderstanding.